Luciana Massi joined the Stillbirth CRE in April 2022 to work in the co-design of stillbirth prevention and care resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Luciana is completing a PhD through the Molly Wardaguga Research Centre, Charles Darwin University evaluating strengths-based programs to improve health, well-being and birthing outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and babies. She has a background in Business Communication and a Master of International Public Health from the University of Sydney (2009). Luciana is a researcher and teaching academic with over 14 years’ experience in public health, with a focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, qualitative research, health program management, post graduate teaching (health promotion and disease prevention) and workplace training. She has experience conducting qualitative research on various evaluation studies at Mater Research, University of Queensland, University of Sydney, The George Institute for International Health and various birthing hospitals in Brisbane, Queensland including the Mater Mother’s Hospital. Luciana has a strong interest in all aspects of public health and social justice, especially working with disadvantaged groups and advancing the needs and support of women, children and families.